2015 Mendocino County Science Fair

Student Reporter: Pam Qian, Class of 2016 Would sound waves promote the freezing of water? How many angles can be formed from ‘n’ number of non-parallel lines? Do baked potatoes conduct electricity better than raw potatoes? These are the questions that the girls from Developing Virtue Secondary School […]

Making Kimchi in Biology

9th Grade Biology Ever wonder why our muscles get sore and ache when we exercise rigorously in a short amount of time? In the presence of oxygen, we can make up to 38 ATPs (energy molecules) out of only 1 sugar molecule. But it takes time for our […]

GO Solar Power!

Student Reporter: Michele Lum, Class of 2015 On March 6th and 7th, a group of seven students and two teacher-chaperones had the opportunity to install solar panels in Redwood Valley. Prior to the installation, students and teachers have attended a two-hour orientation that gave safety tips, the basics […]

Lend Robots a Hand

Student Reporter: Pam Qian, Class of 2016 What is a robot to you? A mechanical human? Is a pencil sharpener, a refrigerator, or an automobile a robot to you? Sponsored by the Mendocino County 4-H, students learn how to build a cool robot through the process of applying […]

PTO Minutes, Jan, 2015

January 21, 2015 Present at the meeting:  Matt Finnegan, Paul Spangenberg, Steve Setera, Troy Bass, Ana Pringles, Eve Rodriguez, Jin Jr Shr, Judy Zhu, Amanda Setera, Michele Lum, Hubert Liu, Jason Ong, Nakula Hertz, Hubert Liu, Wei-Chang Tsai, Ping Huang, Juan Juan Yeap. Call to order 5:08PM by […]

9th Grade English

Students read Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. Major themes discussed in this unit include the individual versus society; traditions and modernity; as well as gender roles and responsibility. As the culminating assignment, they researched a social issue facing our society and prepared a poster that illustrates major facts and […]